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Tekken: Dark Resurrection
1 June 2012
Excerpt: What’s more fun than to give someone a good beating? Not a lot seeing the huge success of WWF tournaments in the US and beat’em ups throughout the world. As long as it’s fake or virtual of course… With Tekken: Dark Resurrection the PSP gets another top title, Namco has put a lot of effort in it and...
Excerpt: Every series has a black sheep. For the hugely popular and long running Tekken fighting series, that black sheep is undoubtedly Tekken Advance. A failure with critics and at retail, the 3D fighting mechanics just could not hold up on the Game Boy Advance and made a strong case for never porting the...
Excerpt: The PSP was the first Sony system that didn't receive a version of Namco's King of Iron Fist Tournament within its launch window and has so far been the only one that has had serious competition from a rival console. Coincidence?
Excerpt: The Tekken franchise makes its welcome debut on the PSP in Dark Resurrection, giving you the ability to kick some bottom wherever and whenever you want. Graphically, Tekken Dark Resurrection is a whizz and pushes the PSP to its very limits.
Summary: While Tekken's size has been shrunken down a
bit, the gameplay itself remains as robust and deep as you'd expect it to be.
There's little compromise made here in terms of depth, challenge and controls.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It's a fine line between pleasure and pain, and Tekken is it. Not even the terrible voice-acting can dampen what is a superior one-on-one beat 'em up. With several game modes, 34 characters and extra unlockables, the UMD (much like some of its more muscle-bound fighters) must be...
Summary: This PSP Tekken manages to be everything you could possibly want from a portable 3D fighting game ... and a whole lot more! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Summary: When I first bought my PSP a year and a half ago I dreamed of the day when I would be able to play games like Tekken , Gran Turismo and God of War anywhere I want to. Considering the popularity of each of these franchises I never imagined it would take so long before I would be able to buy even one...